May 2019

Another Empire’s Boot Stomps on Ireland

Toward a Culture of Animal Protection in Cuba

Monsanto is Evil: a Glyph

The Snow Leopards of Central Park 

Iran, Venezuela and the Throes of Empire

The Dangerous Demise of Disarmament

“The Army Ain’t No Place for a Black Man:” How the Wolf Got Caged

War is War on Mother Earth

The (Small-d) Democrat’s Dilemma

The Boeing Way: Blaming Dead Pilots

Gaslighters of God

The Amputation Crisis in Gaza: a US-Funded Atrocity

21st Century Conglomerate Trusts 

As a GMO Stunt, Professor Tasted a Pesticide and Gave It to Students

The Espionage Act and Julian Assange

Liberals Fall Into Line: a Recurring Phenomenon

The Disparity Behind Anti-Abortion Laws

Chelsea Manning is Showing Us What Real Resistance Looks Like

Russiagate and the Dry Rot in American Journalism

Will Biden’s Dog Whistles for Racism Catch Up with Him?

Gulf of Tonkin ‘Crisis’, Iranian Style

The Left Refuses to Get Its Act Together in the Face of Neofascism

Senator Schumer’s Divine Mission

War Crimes Pardons: A Terrible Memorial Day Idea

Dump Bolton before He Starts the Next War

Canada’s Meddling in Venezuela

Controlling 5G: A Course in Obstacles

The Beauty of Trees

Extremist Laws, Like Alabama’s, Will Hit Poor Women the Hardest

The “Forever Wars” Enshrined

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Weekend Edition
October 18, 2019
Friday - Sunday
Anthony DiMaggio
Trump as the “Anti-War” President: on Misinformation in American Political Discourse
Jeffrey St. Clair
Roaming Charges: Where’s the Beef With Billionaires?
Rob Urie
Capitalism and the Violence of Environmental Decline
Paul Street
Bernie in the Deep Shit: Dismal Dem Debate Reflections
Andrew Levine
What’s So Awful About Foreign Interference?
T.J. Coles
Boris Johnson’s Brexit “Betrayal”: Elect a Clown, Expect a Pie in Your Face
Joseph Natoli
Trump on the March
Ashley Smith
Stop the Normalization of Concentration Camps
Pete Dolack
The Fight to Overturn the Latest Corporate Coup at Pacifica Has Only Begun
Jeremy Kuzmarov
Russophobia at Democratic Party Debate
Chris Gilbert
Forward! A Week of Protest in Catalonia
Daniel Beaumont
Pressing Done Here: Syria, Iraq and “Informed Discussion”
Daniel Warner
Greta the Disturber
M. G. Piety
“Grim Positivism” vs. Truthiness in Biography
John Kendall Hawkins
Journey to the Unknown Interior of (You)
Christopher Fons – Conor McMullen
The Centrism of Elizabeth Warren
Nino Pagliccia
Peace Restored in Ecuador, But is trust?
Rebecca Gordon
Extorting Ukraine is Bad Enough But Trump Has Done Much Worse
Kathleen Wallace
Trump Can’t Survive Where the Bats and Moonlight Laugh
Clark T. Scott
Cross-eyed, Fanged and Horned
Eileen Appelbaum
The PR Campaign to Hide the Real Cause of those Sky-High Surprise Medical Bills
Olivia Alperstein
Nuclear Weapons are an Existential Threat
Colin Todhunter
Asia-Pacific Trade Deal: Trading Away Indian Agriculture?
Sarah Anderson
Where is “Line Worker Barbie”?
Brian Cloughley
Yearning to Breathe Free
Jill Richardson
Why are LGBTQ Rights Even a Debate?
Jesse Jackson
What I Learn While Having Lunch at Cook County Jail
Kathy Kelly
Death, Misery and Bloodshed in Yemen
Maximilian Werner
Leadership Lacking for Wolf Protection
Arshad Khan
The Turkish Gambit
Kollibri terre Sonnenblume
Rare Wildflower vs. Mining Company
Dianne Woodward
Race Against Time (and For Palestinians)
Norman Ball
Wall Street Sees the Light of Domestic Reindustrialization
Ramzy Baroud
The Last Lifeline: The Real Reason Behind Abbas’ Call for Elections
Binoy Kampmark
African Swine Fever Does Its Worst
Nicky Reid
Screwing Over the Kurds: An All-American Pastime
Louis Proyect
“Our Boys”: a Brutally Honest Film About the Consequences of the Occupation
Coco Das
#OUTNOW
Cesar Chelala
Donald Trump vs. William Shakespeare
Ron Jacobs
Calling the Kettle White: Ishmael Reed Unbound
Stephen Cooper
Scientist vs. Cooper: The Interview, Round 3 
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How “Hustlers” Hustles Us
Charles R. Larson
Review: Elif Shafak’s “10 Minutes 38 Seconds in This Strange World”
David Yearsley
Sunset Songs
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Steve Early
The Irishman Cometh: Teamster History Hits the Big Screen (Again)
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